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United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigns

As attorney general and earlier as White House counsel, Gonzales pushed for expanded presidential powers, including the eavesdropping authority. He drafted controversial rules for military war tribunals and sought to limit the legal rights of detainees at Guantanamo Bay - prompting lawsuits by civil libertarians who said the government was violating the Constitution in its pursuit of terrorists. Read More

Hope seeking a sound mind, and interview with Professor Ricardo González

"Today most mental patients recover fully and return to their normal life", assured to Cubasi Professor Ricardo Gonzalez Menendez, president of the Cuban Society of Psychiatry Read More

Cubas tie interactive sample

Its a nice collection of ties with printed designs manufactured between 1936 and 1660 said designers José Ramón Torres, Ernesto Cardet and Piedad Subirat. Read More

Cuba-ALADI relations extolled

Being an ALADI member has allowed us to improve the preferential access of our exports to the markets of the region, get better conditions for the inputs we need, and create an atmosphere of trust and understanding in our trade relations with the member countries Read More

Convention on Information Technologies and Services to be held in Havana

CITMATEL will host the 4th Convention on Information Technology and Services on November 8 and 9, which will include the 12th International Meeting on Telecommunication Nets and the 6th Global Vision Event. Read More

Cuba ends third in Baseball Championships

The Cuban team defeated Venezuela. Brazil and the United States played for the gold. Read More

Remembering Chibás, 100 years after his birth

President Fidel Castro takes a look at events following the death of the founder of the Party of the Cuban People (Orthodox) which led to the 1952 coup detat by Fulgencio Batista. Fidel exposed Batistas intentions before and after the coup. Read More

Michael Moore's "Sicko"" broad reach and impact in north american population

Few have seen the movie but nearly half of the public is familiar with it. "Sicko" gets many talking about health care issues, reinforcing views of some and encouraging others (even some conservatives) to re-think the need for reform Read More

Angolans that study in Cuba ready to work anywhere in Angola

The students were studying in Cuba under a scholarship of the National Institute of Scholarships (INAB), in the fields of medicine, engineering, economics and physical training. Read More

Computing Young Clubs inn its final straight of the celebrations for the 20 anniversary

With this exhibition that will be until next September 2nd it is show the development of the Young Clubs of Computing and Electronics (JCCE, in spanish). The JCCE is the only project in the world that drives the massive access to the new technologies of information and communications. Read More